New York State
Division of Housing and Community Renewal
Office of Rent Administration
Gertz Plaza, 92-31 Union Hall St.
Jamaica, New York 11433
Public Information: (718)739-6400

Mario M. Cuomo, Governor
Donald M. Halperin, Commissioner
Joseph A. D'Agosta, Deputy Commissioner for Rent Administration

New York City Rent Stabilization Code
New York City Rent and Eviction Regulations



Owners who are required to file the 1987 Landlord's Report,
Certification and Notice of Fuel Cost Adjustment Eligibility -
Form RA-33.10 (3/87) based on the fact that they used a fuel in
1986 for which the price declined, may find that the cumulative
Fuel Cost Adjustment surcharge to tenants this year may be
minimal or zero.

For such owners, the following special procedures have been
established, effective immediately:

Owners wishing to minimize the reporting requirements under the
Fuel Cost Program may, under these circumstances, elect not to
file the 1987 Landlord's Report, Certification and Notice of Fuel
Cost Adjustment Eligibility by waiving the right to collect the
cumulative surcharge for the period January 1, 1987 through
December 31, 1987.

Under these special procedures, the owner will have to serve on
each affected tenant a STATEMENT OF WAIVER (containing all the
information in the approved sample attached) and must file with
the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal a
MASTER SCHEDULE OF WAIVER (sample also attached) indicating the
apartment number and name of each tenant who has been served with
a STATEMENT OF WAIVER and the cumulative Fuel Cost Adjustment
surcharge that had been collectible from each tenant during 1986
(or earlier). If the owner elects to waive the collection of the
surcharge, the owner must serve the tenant with the STATEMENT OF
WAIVER and file the MASTER SCHEDULE OF WAIVER with the New York
State Division of Housing and Community Renewal by July 31, 1987.

An owner who elects to continue this waiver in subsequent years
may do so without taking further action. The waiver will
automatically remain in effect until such time as the owner, in
some subsequent year, files a timely LANDLORD'S REPORT,
pursuant to the rules then in effect, in order to collect the
Fuel Cost Adjustment surcharge that may be collectible at that
time. For any subsequent year that the owner elects to file and
collect the surcharge, the collectible amount will be based upon
the amount that was waived in 1987 (if greater than zero) plus or
minus any adjustments that would have been made to the cumulative
total in the interim if the owner had not waived collection.

DHCR Operational Bulletins are issued by the New York State
Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) and update
agency administration of the rent laws.

Electronic versions of the documents on TenantNet
are for informational purposes only and there is no guarantee
they will be accepted by any court (or even DHCR) as true copies
of DHCR policy. The reader is advised to obtain true copies of
these documents from DHCR. Also see DHCR Policy Statements,
DHCR Advisory Opinions, the Rent Stabilization Code, the Rent
Stabilization Law and various Rent Control Statutes.

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For more information or assistance. call the DHCR Rent Infoline
at (718) 739-6400, or visit your Borough Rent Office.

Queens Central Office
92-31 Union Hall St. 4th Fl.
Jamaica, NY 11433
(718) 739-6400

One Fordham Plaza
Bronx, NY 10458
(718) 563-5678

250 Schermerhorn St.
3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 780-9246

Lower Manhattan
156 William Street
9th Floor
NY, NY 10038
(212) 240-6011, 6012
South side of 110th St. and below

Upper Manhattan
163 W. 125th St.
5th Floor
NY, NY 10027
(212) 961-8930
North side of 110th St. and above

Staten Island
350 St. Mark's Place
Room 105
Staten island, NY 10301
(718) 816-0277

Nassau County District Rent Office
50 Clinton Street, 6th Floor
Hempstead, NY 11550
(516) 481-9494

Westchester County District Rent Office
55 Church Street, 3rd Floor
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 948-4434

Rockland County District Rent Office
94-96 North Main St.
Spring Valley, NY 10977
(914) 425-6575

Albany Regional Office
119 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12210
(518) 432-0596

Buffalo Regional Office
Ellicot Square Building
295 Main St., Room 438
Buffalo, NY 14203
(716) 856-1382

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